Upright arching light green foliage forming neat mounds. Flowers are yellow-purple combination appearing in June-July. In late fall flowers break off at the base. One of the few grasses that cleans itself of last season's foliage.
This is a clumping, warm season grass.
'Variegata' 2-3' green and white striped leaves
'Skyracer' 6-8' tall, upright, blue-foliage
Additional pests and problems that may affect this plant:
This grass is one of the slowest to establish. May take 3-4 years before it blooms.
Moor grass is considered to be one of the better landscape grasses for American gardens.
Useful as an accent and planted in masses.